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BERKSHIRESDebt relief for former American Career Institute studentsNearly 4,000 students victimized by the now defunct American Career Institute in Massachusetts will have their federal student loans forgiven by the U.S. Department of Education, … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — There is a lot of political fervor in the air, to put it mildly. We are almost certainly in store for some unexpected and unprecedented political maneuvering. However, I urge people not to let politics change a long-term … more
By KELLI KENNEDYThe Associated PressWork out while waiting for your flight? That's an option now at Baltimore Washington International Airport, where the only gym at a U.S. airport past security opened this week with plans to open 20 more at … more
WOODSTOCK, Vt. — A small community skating rink that was once in danger of folding is working on a long-term plan to eliminate its biggest single expense — its energy bill — by becoming what its leaders believe would be the … more
JAN. 3-6ADAMSPaul A. and Debra A. Trzcinski sold property at 47 North Summer St., Adams, to Stephanie M. Williams and Geoffrey D. Gamache, $140,000.BECKETAllan T. Herzig sold property at 236 Wells Road, Becket, to Sean Cahill, $45,000.DALTONTimothy … more
By MAE ANDERSONThe Associated PressNEW YORK — Amazon isn't content just being the "everything store." Increasingly, it looks like it wants to be its own deliveryman, too.Its Monday announcement of a new air cargo hub in Kentucky is merely … more
PITTSFIELDBerkshire Bank names director of wealth managementJason Edgar has been named director of wealth management and interim CIO at Berkshire Bank, the financial institution has announced.In his new role, Edgar will lead Berkshire Bank's Wealth … more
MASSACHUSETTSState unemployment drops to 2.8 percentThe state's total unemployment rate remained under 3 percent in December, as it dropped slightly to 2.8 percent, the lowest its been since December 2000, according to figures released by a state … more
"Ask Brianna" is a Q&A column from NerdWallet for 20-somethings or anyone else starting out. I'm here to help you manage your money, find a job and pay off student loans — all the real-world stuff no one taught us how to do in college. … more
When a cold strikes, your first reaction may be to reach for a remedy that will ease symptoms or shave a few days off your illness. And for millions of Americans each year, that includes trying dietary supplements, including echinacea, vitamin C and … more
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